Zak Emerson has created a fascinatingly visceral video for electronica artist Ben Chatwin, using photography in such a stylised way it starts to resemble CGI. In fact, what we are watching is largely in-camera: a human figure that is largely hidden by the viscous liquid that covers them.
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What could be cooler than a Thom Yorke soundtrack to a remake of Suspiria by Luca Guadagnino, director of Call Me By Your Name? That would be RUFFMERCY doing a video for one of the songs from the movie.
Alex Takács aka Young Replicant's first video for Leon Vynehall captures a well-documented period, the American 1950s, around the lives of two waitresses at a New York diner, and makes it fresh
Gemma Yin Taylor brings her mixed media animation approach to Django Django with very pleasing results.
She takes DD's frontman Vincent Neff into a dimension bubbling with sea life, using a combination of pixellated live action of neff, cutouts and her own line drawings and other illustrations. A stop motion with a light post-Warholian aesthetic.
A “trippy ode to awkwardness and all things nervous”, Hugo Jenkins' video for Maribou State's Nervous Tics is a thoughtful and stylish exploration of neurosis and suppressed emotions.
Colin Solal Cardo has creates a wonderfully atmospheric live video for Moses Sumney's Rank & File.
A remarkable visual accompaniment to Tibetan singer Yesh’s debut track VII by directors Jason Sondock and Simon Davis – aka rubberband.
Sean Pecknold's ninth video for Fleet Foxes maintains the aura and mystique that has surrounded more or less all his work his brother Robin's band.